Location: 2335 Lalonde Rd., Bourget ON
Household Hazardous Waste Depot
Who can use the depot?
Residents only. The depot is not designed to meet business needs.
What can I bring to the depot?
- Aerosol containers
- All types of batteries - including car batteries and rechargeable batteries
- Used oil
- Cooking oil
- Light bulbs and fluorescent tubes
- gas and mixed gas
- Oil filters
- Pesticides and garden fertilizers
- Pool products
- Propane tanks
- Adhesives and glue
- B.P.C. Drums
- Smoke detectors and CO2 detectors
- Explosives and munitions
It is prohibited to dispose of the above products in the curbside garbage collection.
Electronic Equipment and Obsolete Computer Systems
Location: At the landfill site, 2335 Lalonde Rd., Bourget ON
As of April 30, 2010, the City of Clarence-Rockland will accept electronic equipment and outdated computer systems FREE at the landfill for residents.
This new program will allow residents to deposit in appropriate containers cellular phones, CD players, MP3 players, DVD players, televisions, computers and other obsolete electrical and electronic waste. They will be transported to recycling companies.
These wastes are equivalent to at least 40 tons shipped to our landfill site each year. Residents wishing to dispose of their electronic waste can visit www.recycleyourelectronics.ca for more details.
We recommend the removal of all your personal data on your hard drives as well as your phones and cameras. You will be asked to sign a form to this effect if you do not remove your personal information. The City of Clarence-Rockland and the Ontario Electronics Stewardship will not be held responsible for any information which may remain on your devices.
We do not accept ink cartridges that are obsolete or unusable.